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Columbia Missourian Newspaper (Newspaper) - October 10, 1970, Columbia, Missouri Page 2�?columbia to missourian saturday oct. 10, 1970 photographs paint picture of by Bandy Mink primer. E beamy u the Ozark and o c c a s i o n a it Iii it so Man s Imperf win e with Are captured crisply in photographs by Belaud Payton on display through october in the University Fine arts gallery. Payton who grew up in the ozarks and now lives i n Sedalia. Attempts not so much to convey a message but to record a hidden wild spots Sweet m our memories strange in Mieir Universal his photo essay called a a Ozark paints a picture of the ozarks Hills and plateaus the Clear cold Rivers and Springs and the Marks frontiersmen and their have made on the land. A hellbender a one of Lus cider water wildlife shots shows a giant a q u a 11 a Salamander. The kind that lie under boulders in the fastest currents and come out at night to feed on crayfish. Another reptile the yellow bellied water Snake. Is shown soiled on the ground. Though not poisonous a it is impossible a it hold a fondness for such a creature. Nevertheless their very Savage Ness is impressive find their unknown ways Are fascinating a Payton says. Other creatures depicted in closeups Are an Arkansas Iran Tula whose bite is painful at not harmful and a Lizard on top of a Graves one. In a wasted Trout a Paylon shows a dead fish left campers to rot. Its Mouth pierced by a crude stick fishing pole. In photos like a Spring Creek ferns Quot one can almost feel the freshness radiated by a Remote Spring and the ferns clinging to Bare rocks above it. Payton also captures the Swift movement of Rivers and creeks As they flow Over or smack into rocks and branches. Remnants of Many a imprints on the wilderness Are seen in decaying tog Cabins and a Rusty abandoned truck such a common site in the ozarks Countryside. A Stark picture of an abandoned store reminds the viewer of past human settlement while portraits of a Coal Miner and a Farmer blowing with a horse represent the simple ways of life still found in the ozarks. In 1969 Payton won awards in underwater film festivals in Boston and Chicago and now is doing photographs for the Mark Twain National Forest and the ozarks by cultural Center. Fine arts gallery hours Are 8 . To 4 . Monday through Friday. University faculty members of the Esterhazy string quartet Are left to right Eugene Gratovich and mrs. Ruth Melcher Allen violinists Ulrich Dannemann violist and Carleton b. Spotts cellist. The quartet will perform brazilian music at 3 30 . Sunday in the Fine arts recital Hall. Brazilian compositions quartet to give concert Bob Hope is a Busy entertainer no cd tvs Bob Hope has appeared on More than 1,000 radio broadcasts 300 to specials and 53 motion pictures. Hope has More than 800 awards and citations. Also he has received 13 honorary College degrees. By Randy Mink the Esterhazy string quartet will give the first u. S. Performances of three Little known brazilian compositions at 3 30 . Sunday in the University Fine arts recital Hall. A the University a faculty quartet in residence spent the past summer doing research on relatively unknown string quartet literature o f contemporary latin american composers. With 30 unpublished manuscripts in its Library the quartet has the largest collection of latin american string quartet literature in the world cellist Carleton b. Spotts said. Other members of the Esterhazy quartet Are Eugene Gratovich and mrs. Ruth Melcher Allen violinists and Ulrich Dannemann violist who lived in Bra ii 25 years. Trying to preserve and distribute works by serious latin american musicians poses problems not encountered in Europe where All com grand opening today and tomorrow you Are cordially invited to attend our grand opening. Our store features a Complete selection of Flowers and gifts perfect for every occasion. Come in and browse. We Are anxious to serve you. Free a Rose for every lady. Candy for the children. Refreshments for everyone to a a 1033 e. Walnut 443-1451 Mary and Woody Wright owners positions Good or bad soon find their Way into print and concert Halls Dannemann said. Only commercial entertainment music achieve adequate recognition in latin America Dannemann said and the concert musical becomes pessimistic and has the attitude that nobody cares. A for practically All composers of serious music there is no organization to serve As an outlet a Dannemann plans fall and Spring performances the St. Louis symphony orchestra will perform in Columbia during its residency on us a Campus in november and May. Concerts on november 6 and 7 Are during t h e University a concert series and tickets will be available to students upon presentation of their id cards. Concert series season tickets will be available to faculty and staff at the rate of $7.75, and the general Public for $10.00. Single reserved seats will be sold for each performance for $2.00 and $2.50. Performances of the St. Louis orchestra on May 7, 8, and 9 will be sponsored by the University system and will include three Days of pedagogical clinics for students and educators new music readings open rehearsals and a final formal concert. Walter Susskind is conductor and music director of the orchestra. Researches new techniques executive producer by Chermak and producer Joel Rogosin of the medical dramas for Abc tvs a the bold ones a conferred for the fall season with doctors regarding new medical techniques at the National Institute of health medical unit and Boston City Hospital. A without help from the government or private organizations they have to ask friends to play their compositions and after a while these works Are the Esterhazy members hop to publish a list of the manuscripts they have recovered and to accompany it with critical analyses of the pieces. They also want to record some of the literature to familiarize More persons w Ith it. The three works to be performed sunday represent a wide variety of styles. The first number will be a a a quartet no. 3, d minor a brazilian a composed in 1891 during the romantic period by Alberto Nepomuceno. The manuscript was discovered in 1956 in the National school of music Library in Rio d e Janiero. The work was first performed in 1960 on radio. The second composition will be a quartet no. 1,�?� composed by Cesar Guerra Peixe in 1947. In Rio de Janiero he has directed Many orchestras for radio. The third number will be a quartet no. 4�?� by Caludio Santoro who adds a latin rhythm to this contemporary piece composed in 1956. A composer of symphonies ballets oratorios piano concerti film scores and string quartets he now lives in West Germany and teaches at the Mannheim slates state auditor Haskell Holman state auditor and democratic candidate for re election will talk with newsmen at 6 . Tonight on Missouri forum on Channel 8. Jefferson City correspondents who will interview Holman Are Henry Clay Gold Kansas City Star Les Pearson St. Louis Globe Democrat Louis j. Rose St. Louis Post dispatch and Rael Amos United press International. Or. Edward c. Lambert will moderate the discussion

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